British Airways: Passengers face 'inevitable' price rises and flight cuts
Airline passengers face "inevitable" further fare rises and cuts in services as the industry struggles with soaring fuel prices, British Airways has warned.
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#1 Aug 1, 2008
The common law would have protected customers against unjust, illusory contracts. If the airline can cancel for no reason, then customers should also be able to. Politicians, Do your jobs and fix this.
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